Colorado’s Equal Pay Act Hurts Colorado’s Remote Workers

Roger Hays, Founder and CEO of Premier Employer Services (premieremployerservices.com), discusses with Kim Colorado Family Medical Leave Insurance Program, FAMLI, and Equal Pay laws.
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Colorado's Equal Pay Act Hurts Colorado's Remote Workers
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Guest and sponsor of The Kim Monson Show Roger Hays, Founder and CEO of Premier Employer Services (premieremployerservices.com), discusses with Kim Colorado Family Medical Leave Insurance Program, FAMLI, and Equal Pay laws. They are the two biggest ticket items in terms of regulations and compliance costs for employers right now. The Equal Pay Act passed by the legislature in 2019 is now in effect. The result is costing Colorado residents jobs as postings for remote work specifically states that Colorado residents need not apply. National businesses have to comply in all states if they have just one employee from Colorado. FAMLI was on the ballot and voted on by the voters in 2020. Benefits will begin in 2024 and clarity on other aspects will come by January, 2022. It is difficult finding employees, especially as the additional funds for unemployment continues. The benefit is to expire on September 1, 2021. Will they extend it again although job postings are numerous? The left is taking advantage of people being inherently lazy. Call to Action: Get out. Get involved. Find good people to run for office, help them get elected, and hold them accountable at all times.

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